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Research & Impact
Creating technological advances which deliver patient focused results
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Our undergraduate courses provide a solid introduction into the many ways science and technology are being used in modern clinical practice.
Our master's courses are highly practical, giving students real-world insight into clinical challenges through our work with St Thomas' Hospital and labs across King's.
We run multiple highly acclaimed research training programmes in the medical imaging and medical technologies sectors, supporting our long-term research projects.
To engineer better health for patients in the UK and worldwide through research and teaching excellence.
We push the limits of technical innovation by breaking down conventional discipline boundaries.
Located within a hospital environment, we generate tangible clinical and commercial translation through our stimulating collaborations to achieve the unexpected.
Hospital of the Future was voted the most popular exhibit at New Scientist Live 22, and showcased the cutting-edge concepts behind our mission of Engineering Better Health.
School researchers introduce key healthcare technologies and explain their fields of research in our ongoing #HospitalOfTheFuture video series.
Our experienced team of Public Engagement specialists help our researchers participate in public engagement activities live and online throughout the year.
KiTEC is the King's Technology Evaluation Centre (KiTEC).
This is the facility for the Manufacture of Active Implants and Surgical Instruments.
An innovative three-and-a-half year program in the heart of London.
An interdisciplinary PhD programme in medical imaging to meet the challenges in healthcare.
Improving diagnosis & treatment of people with neurological, cardiovascular conditions & cancer.
Aiming to reduce the number of children who suffer brain damage in the perinatal period.
Diverse research teams training sophisticated AI algorithms to create new healthcare tools.
Provides a clinical service for patients and carries out clinically related research.
The Cyclotron and Radiochemistry Laboratory (CARL) is an EPSRC funded national research-dedicated…
27 January 2023
Professor Edwards was cited as a source of support and encouragement for his tutees over the years
26 January 2023
Glioblastoma is the most common primary malignant brain tumour with a median overall survival within…
24 January 2023
Collaborative project developing new MRI scan for pregnant women
22 February 2023
KHP Surgical Challenges: Mesh and Reconstruction in Hernia Repair